EXTRA TIME: Leicester City’s Ahmed Musa and Wilfred Ndidi return to school

Are the Super Eagles duo ready to enroll themselves in a school in the City of Leicester?

Leicester City’s Ahmed Musa and Wilfred Ndidi paid a relieving visit to Braunstone Community Primary, months after it was vandalized.

The Nigeria internationals made a surprise stopover in the primary school to lift spirits of the pupils after the school’s facilities were damaged by intruders.

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Musa and Ndidi moved round the school’s 15 classes to sign autographs and pose for selfies after joining them for their afternoon assembly.

After Braunstone Community Primary was vandalised, #lcfc duo @Ndidi25 and @Ahmedmusa718 dropped by to lift spirits - https://t.co/F9Rdxk7Yl2 pic.twitter.com/Uxzzzh0TL4

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